tv Tucker Carlson Tonight FOX News February 21, 2022 10:00pm-11:00pm PST
new from vicks. remember, i'm watters and this is my world. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> tucker: good evening, welcome to "tucker carlson tonight." >> you told citizens where and when they can work, shop, worship and go outside. you controlled what they wear. you decide loud their children will be educated and what drugs they must put into their bodies.
for a person with no useful skills and limited job prospects in the real economy -- and that describes all of them -- it's been an extraordinary experience no democratic leader in history has ever been this powerful as powerful as you are right now. you're like a god. each morning you wake up and survey your creation and revel in your omnipotence. last thing you want is for all of this to end. of course, it is ending. the virus that gave you these powers? retreat, no longer a public health emergency. the vaccines you promised would be a panacea didn't work in the way you pledged they would. they didn't stop infection or transmission. you've done your best to hide that fact but everybody knows it. so for you, the jig is up! the ball is over! it's almost midnight. just a few hours from now, you'll once again be merely a skullry maid. the thought of that sends you
into a panic. what do you do next? how do you make this moment last forever? only one way. you must find a new emergency that justifies making your powers permanent. if you're going remain god, you need a devil to fight. so if you're wondering why so many western leaders suddenly are vilifying their own population, people they were supposed to represent, this is why! find an enemy, create a crisis and stay in power forever. it's the oldest recipe for tyranny that there is if we don't recognize it in our own age, it's because nothing like this was supposed to happen in a democracy but it is happening, most recently in canada. trudeau seized control of police and shut down operation media coverage and declared himself the final arbiter of all financial transactions in the nation of canada. these are dictorial powers. they were necessary, trudeau explains, because this was an emergency.
white supremacists and other sedition-minded forces backed by foreign saboteurs -- sound familiar -- threatened the very existence of canada. the truckers were effectively an invading army. over the weekend, trudeau defeated that army. they were unarmed. he's not. trudeau cleared the truckers' strike by force, yet his emergency powers remain. today, justin trudeau explained he'll remain in full control of canada indefinitely and that's essential, he says, to keep canada safe. but the video tells a very different story. in fact, it's trudeau's crackdown on human rights that's put canadians in danger. watch trudeau's forces tell this woman she's no longer allowed to record what happens in her own city >> i just want to get a coffee, ok? >> why is the camera in my face right now? are you here for a -- right now, you're in the red zone? >> i'm scared and i want to go for a coffee down there. >> if we see you again, it'll be different.
leave. what did i tell you? take your camera and get out of here! do you understand that? >> i'm walking away >> walk away. your phone doesn't need to be in our face while you're walking away >> i'm walking away >> go! >> tucker: i just want a cup of coffee. get out of here. multiply what you just saw by an entire country and that's canada tonight. there's no longer any pretext about the covid pandemic. no one in trudeau's government is trying to protect canadians from anything, much less the virus. this is political repression if you doubt this, consider what happened to a place called the iconic cafe, coffee shop in downtown ottawa. riot police tried to break into the cafe and shut it down. why? they refused to [indiscernible] a man called enrico who works at the cafe said he saw trudeau's forces mistreat a civilian on the sidewalk, possibly like the mistreatment you just saw.
"just watch that horse video. that is awesome!" said one officer. awesome, an elderly woman being trampled by a horse. canadian government confirmed those text are real but none of the supposedly progressive politicians in canada care in the least. no one on the canadian left or the american left for that matter has condemned any of this or any other protest violations of human rights in canada. the media aren't even reporting it's happening but it is happening. over the weekend, the show obtained footage of a particularly brutal beating in ottawa during the crackdown. watch as the man in the orange jacket got kneed repeatedly by trudeau's man >> you can hear the noises of people getting shook around outside. being arrested. a man being kneed there. >> tucker: kneeing him again and again and again.
he wasn't resisting. and the man who shot that footage is called david paisley. he runs a website called shedmedia.pa. police arrested paisley and seized the camera equipment he used to shoot that, $5,000 worth. we thought that video was remarkable. we alerted several canadian news outlets over the weekend to this footage and gave them david paisley's contact information, news organization to news organization but none of them reported on it. so we looked into it ourselves. several protesters who were there said that a truckner an orange jacket was attacked by police officers during the crackdown. we reached him him and he confirmed it providing this footage. it shows him exiting his cab calmly, kneeling down in front of his truck and clasping his heads behind his neck. watch >> i don't speak french.
i'm going down. i'm going down on my knees and hands behind my back. i'm ready. i know. i'm peacefully protesting. >> tucker: so the man surrenders on camera and then he's kneed repeatedly into submission. now, we'd love to show you more footage but it turns out none of justin trudeau's men was wearing a body camera at the time. that's pretty weird. no one in state media cares to follow up on that story so they're not. they don't care either. in a moment, we're going to speak to the man who you saw being beaten on camera, csaba vizi. he'll give you all details. he joins us in just a moment. the brutality is one element of
this crackdown on saturday, ottawa's new police chief promised to hunt down the regime's enemies no matter where they are in coming months and ruin them financially. watch >> i will stand here today again and say this demonstration is over. go home. if you don't go home, we will remove you from the streets. if you are involved in this protest, we will actively look to identify you and follow up with financial sanction and criminal charges. absolutely. >> tucker: if you are involved in a protest, you'll be sanctioned and charged. what does that mean exactly? well, last night, justin trudeau's government announced that's also going after anyone who "directly or indirectly participated in the protests." mark is a member of the parliament [indiscernible] one of his constituents, a woman called brionne. her crime is to donate $50 to the truckers. in response, "her bank account has now been frozen. brionne is a single mom working
a minimum-wage job. she's got no on money at all. under trudeau's new order, she won't simply lose access to her bank account, she'll lose access to credit unions and co-ops and loan providers. this is what the collapse of democracy looks like. not simply beating people in the street, it's making it impossible for them to live because you steal all of their money. you reward yourself the power to control every dollar in your country. what's the power come from? self-appointed power that justin trudeau has. you prevent anyone who -- condemn anyone who is speaking out against you. trudeau is crushing anyone who supports the truckers in ottawa. going after their employers. over the weekend, owner of a trucking company in ontario received this threatening call from trudeau's authorities. listen >> my job is to phone the registered owner of the trucks to ask them to if they're still in ottawa and if they are still in ottawa, i was to tell the
registered owner that now they could be subject to the new measures under the emergency measures act so they can, like, seize assets and freeze bank accounts and all of that kind of stuff. >> tucker: so trudeau's government is promising to seize company assets and zero out bank accounts because one company's truck parked on the street in ottawa. it's not simply an overreaction, grotesque overreaction to the peaceful protest, it's a wild and unprecedented expansion of powers that's permanent and it makes democracy impossible. canada's finance ministry explains trudeau is not going to give up this power ever. >> we will be putting forward measures to put those tools permanently in place. the authorities i believe do need to be expanded to cover crowd sourcing platforms and payment platforms and their payment providers. that is something that we need
to do and we will do and that needs to be in place permanently. >> tucker: you'll notice that some of the harshest authoritarians, not simply in canada but across the west, speak in light, wilting voices going up on the last syllable them don't sound like mussolini, but they've awarded themselves greater powers. by the way, this all seems to have happened overnight in canada. that's simply because most americans don't pay attention. a year ago, canada's government started debating c36. that bill would allow activists to head to court and accuse someone of "contemplating free speech." not even saying something unauthorized, just thinking about saying it. so what is hate speech exactly? what's it look like to contemplate it? well, back around 2020, a man living in british columbia wrote to a complaint to the government official called bob ray. the man wrote, "you and your government have blood on your hands for not quarantining
canada's borders before we imported covid from around the world." it's hardly a wild opinion. of course, it'll always be permitted in an actual democracy but the canadian officials' response to bob ray's response, "worthy of a hate speech. criticize me, the person in power and now it's hate speech." now, contemplating saying something like that is itself a crime stating government officials like bob ray could send people who criticize them to jail. trudeau's government is going to reintroduce that bill as quickly as possible. the biden administration you should know and not forget has encouraged all of this. vladimir putin is the tyrant, he tells us, not justin trudeau. at this point, it's pretty clear if you want to know the future what they're planning for us in the united states, look north to canada. as promised, we're joined by csaba ziti.
thank you for coming on. >> thank you >> tucker: the video we showed appears to have you surrendering peacefully to the police and then the next we see you're being kneed in the ribs by justin trudeau's men. did you fight them? >> no, sir. not at all. i got down from my truck. i went down right to my knee. i put my hands behind my head. i was waiting for them to take me away. at that moment, the police officer pushed me into the street. they were yelling to me, "go back. go back." i said, "hey, i'm the driver." someone said, "arrest him. arrest him." they drug me in. they lie me down on my belly.
i can't recall how many of them were on top of me. i feel like i was beaten but i took it like a man. >> tucker: good for you, at least someone is behaving like a man. you seem to be having trouble breathing. i could hear it through my earpiece. were you injured by this? >> yes. they break my body a little bit but not my spirit. >> tucker: not your spirit. is this -- this -- now, so you lived -- if i got it right, you lived in romania. did you expect this kind of behavior in the formally free nation of canada? >> no, sir. not at all. when i moved to canada, everything was wonderful. people would talk to you on the street. they scud, "hey, how are -- they asked you, "hey, how are you?" i never experienced anything like that before. it was a dream. it was so nice.
everything was great. over the last 20 years, it was good. over the last two years, it's been impossible to live here anymore. >> tucker: we hope you'll come to this country which is -- whatever it's promised, freer than canada. we appreciate you coming on tonight. csaba vizi, thank you for coming on tonight. god bless you >> thank you, sir. >> tucker: speaking of tyranny, it's unexpected to be denounced as unpatriotic by people who despise our country. the same politicians that claim the united states is systematically racist, white supremacist hellscape defined by slavery, in other words, an evil nation, those people are always the first to claim that you hate america if you dare to disagree with them. that happened to us over the weekend. for months, we have criticized joe biden's lunatic push for war with russia. nothing about that made sense.
it's not foreign policy, it's self-harm and it's a lie. russia is not america's greatest international rival by every measure. that is, of course, china. ukraine is not our vital ally. we have no legal or moral obligation to defend ukraine's territorial integrities, even as we surrender our own to the rest of the world, letting millions in in a single year. ukraine isn't even a democracy. ukraine is a corrupt eastern european autocracy that spent millions of dollars lobbying politicians in washington and by the way made joe biden's family rich. those are not russian talking points. they are entirely true. and because they're true, no one in the administration is willing to debate or rebut them, not for a second. instead, they just call you a traitor. here is msnbc >> what does it say that you have people like tucker carlson and fox news drumming up support for putin? >> yeah, i mean, look, it's not
frustrating. it's sickening. it's unamerican. this is the same person who went to hungary to interview victor orban. but this is, you know, a continuation of the propaganda machine of fox. it's not surprising but really, really disappointing. >> tucker: so now it's "unamerican" to defend america's national interests. shut up and support war with russia! that was congressman david cicilline of rhode island. cicilline was particularly exercised that this show would interview vladimir putin. our efforts to interview putin are unamerican. joe biden's legal adviser larry tribe agreed with this. on twitter, he accused us of treason. that's a death penalty offense. arrest the talk show host. how seriously should we take this? it's pretty clear where it's
going. nsa spied on our e-mails and-tech. now they're accusing us of treason. we got it. they want us to be quiet. we won't be quiet, not just because this is a news organization but because we're americans and we can talk to anyone we want and have any opinions that we want to have. it's not treason or unamerican. it's the whole point of america. it's our bill of rights. today, we sent another letter to vladimir putin asking for an interview we hope we get it. we also sent a message to the president of ukraine. we'd like that interview, too. neither one of these men rains democracy by -- runs a democracy. by traditional american standards, both are tyrants, but they're in the news and we would love to talk to them. an interview is hardly an endorsement. in that same spirit, we've also reached out to congressman cicilline's office inviting him on this show. david cicilline is a former mafia lawyer who represents one of our most corrupt states. as repulsive man.
is it immoral to talk to him? no. it's not immoral. it'll be interesting. we hope congressman cicilline accepts our invitation. gofundme routinely cuts off crowd funding to any group that opposes progressive causes, look at the truckers in canada. meanwhile they allow blm to lobby for violent criminals. some politicians say that's a fair standard. we have details straight ahead. jamaica. heartbeat of the world. let's go!
♪ ♪ >> tucker: so we broke down on friday and reviewed the new book about sandy cortez, the entitled congresswoman from westchester, which was ridiculous. idiographic isn't a way too describe it. it compared her to jesus. of course, she responded to it, because it was about her and anything about her immediately crosses her radar and she can't resist either. so then she gets on twitter and assumes her natural post which is victim. here is one of the most powerful people in the country telling us she's oppressed, she's an oppressed person of color. right? "i genuinely want to know why tucker carlson is allowed, paid to engage in clear, targeted libel harassment that endangers people and drives so many
violent threats that people have to fund-raise for their own safety. why should they have to pay for his harassment? make it make sense?" ha-ha. again. note the narcissism but note above all here's once more one of the most powerful people in the united states of america, the world's most powerful country, telling us she's a victim, she is a lawmaker but she is oppressed. this is the posture they all assume. it's passive aggression. it's feline. there's something especially disgusting and dishonest about it. but here is the most interesting part. sandy cortez talks about how she's threatened and has to pay for protection, well, taxpayers fund her ample bodyguards, of course, even as she defunds the cops for everybody else. but the truth is some people do need to fund raise for protection in a society she created where political differences can invite violence. those people who do need to
fund-raise for protections would include say the canadian truckers or january 6th offenders or kyle rittenhouse to name just a few examples but they're not able to do that anymore. why? because people like sandy cortez agitate to choke off their fund-raising! this is an attempt to suppress their speech and put them in danger. so if there's a victim of the system, a system that she helped create and support, it's not her. it's the people who actually need protection but can't raise money! they always accuse you of what they themselves are doing. so we brought you this story a couple days ago, blm activity called quintez brown, gun control guy, walked in the rural office of a mayoral candidate, greenburg, on monday and opened fire. it was an assassination attempt. here is the weird part. the gun control advocate that started shooting at people is out of jail. how'd he get out of jail so
fast? blm helped him crowd fund his bail on gofundme. gofundme, you may remember, is the same website that cut off donations to nonviolent groups like the canadian truckers. how exactly does this work? this is kind of what sandy cortez was talking about, no? miranda devine is a columnist in the "new york post" and honestly one of the best journalists in america and we are always grateful to have her on this show. miranda, thank you for coming on. gofundme got this attempted assassin out of jail, like, instantly? >> thanks, tucker. yes, well, quintez brown, blm comrade, managed to crowd fund $100,000 to get him out of jail within 48 hours for an attempted assassination of a jewish mayoral candidate and quintez brown has some sort of affiliation with anti-semitic groups judging by his social media output, and he's a darling
of the joy reid class so, of course, he has privilege. he's got blm privilege. as protected perfect, whereas if you're a canadian trucker, nonviolent, don't try to kill anyone, unarmed, if you're a january 6th defendant who is nonviolent, not charged with any violence, was completely unarmed and have spent more than a year in jail then you are not allidgible for gofundme -- eligible for gofundme funds. gofundme deems you to be dangerous but not blm attempted assassins and not antifa rioters who also have no problems raising funds on gofundme >> tucker: well, i mean, so what you're seeing is gofundme and other tech companies like gofundme are acting as enforcers for the most radical and violent political factions in our country. that's my take-away!
>> exactly, they are enforcers of the regime just like facebook and twitter, they censor and punish people who are an tigcal or antithetical with the narrative we're all supposed to go with. anyone who steps outside of the behavioral norms is punished by big jake >> tucker: remarkable. you, yourself, was punished by running that amazing series of stories on hunter biden's laptop that was suppressed. thank you for coming on tonight, miranda >> thank you, tucker. >> tucker: kyle rittenhouse attempted to defend himself in the summer of 2020 when people tried to murder him including convicted child molester, he was brought up on murder charges for that he was found not guilty. now, we followed his trial for an he snowed our documentary series "tucker carlson originals" and now kyle
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>> tucker: district attorneys backed by george soros refusing to enforce certain laws in this country against certain people. if you live in this country, you know that because it's all around you. new jailhouse audio shows criminals including child molesters also know it. here is the story for us tonight. hey, bill >> reporter: hey, tucker, good to see you. this case has to do with a 26-year-old transgender child molester who was sentenced to only two years in a juvenile facility because l.a. county attorney george gas cohen refused to prosecute him as an adult. this was 26-year-old hannah tubbs recently convicted of assaulting a 10-year-old girl inside a denny's restroom in 2014. at that time, tubbs' first name was james. he was a couple of weeks away from his 18th birthday.
dctv showed tubbs going into the denny's restroom and fleeing the scene after assaulting the little girl. tubbs wasn't connected to the sexual assault until being connected to another crime in 2013. despite having multiple violent crimes on record already, gas cohen refused to prosecute tubbs as an adult. just last month, a judge sentenced tubbs to serve two years in a juvie detention facility at age 26. get this, tubbs won't have to register as a sex offender. i've obtained some of tubbs' phone calls from when tubbs was in custody in l.a. county in november before being sentenced. in them, tubbs is on the phone with his dad. he talks about gloating about avoiding prison time. take a listen >> don't worry about it. i'm going to plead guilty. they'll send me on probation and it'll be dropped. it'll be done. done. i won't have to register once i'm done >> for offender, you don't have to register?
>> i won't have to do none of that >> what are they going to do to you then? >> nothing >> reporter: in that same call, tubbs went onto make extremely crude disparaging sexual comments about the 10-year-old victim openly discussing the sexual attraction for her and laughing about it, so crude we've decided not to air that audience. that victim is now 18 years old. she's speaking out for the very first time telling fox news in part, "the things he did to me and made me do that day were beyond horrible for a 10-year-old girl to have to go through. it's something i struggle with and it's insulting that this is all he was given as punishment. i want something done about it." as for d.a. george gas cohen, he says he didn't know about the -- gascon, he said he didn't know about the jailhouse recordings until i reached out to him last week and told his office about it. now, gascon is claiming he plans to change policy. moving forward, he says he'll consider prosecuting some juveniles as adults but only in
extreme circumstances, like this one. send it back to you, tucker. >> tucker: let's hope he's recalled. thank you so much. great to see you tonight. you should know there are a lot of people in this country, mostly in positions of power, who are more upset about the fact that we refer to the man you just saw, the child molester in that video as a man, because that's what he is, than we are about the crimes he committed against a 10-year-old girl. for over a year, media outlets in this country lied about kyle ritten now's an effort to have him put behind bars for the rest of his life calling him a white supremacist. he's not. they told us he crossed state lines with an ar-15, which he did not, and as terrorist. here's a selection >> what's it say when a white teenager could cross state lines with a long gun and kill two people at a racial justice protest and gets to walk away a free man? >> now we're being told that someone can cross state lines with a semiautomatic rival and
kill people and say it's self-defense? here is a 17-year-old who came across state lines with a firearm he purchased illegally driven by his mother >> self-defense on its face is not white supremacy. crossing state lines with an ar-15 to intimidate people is white supremacy >> everyone in this story was white, of course. of course, white supremacy. they're lying to put the kid in prison for the rest of his life. but they just told you lies. rittenhouse's mother didn't drive him iscross state lines with -- across state lines with an ar-15. he borrowed it from a friend in wisconsin: he lived 15 minutes away from the border in wisconsin. who is going to hold the liars accountable? kyle rittenhouse understandably thought a lot about this and joins us tonight to explain his
plan going forward. kyle, thanks so much for coming on tonight. i can't think of many people who have been at receiving end of this much sinister lying and so-called news organizations as you have. how are you going to respond? >> well, tucker, thank you for having me. first, me and my team have decided to launch the media accountability project as a tool to help fund-raise and hold the media accountable for the lies they said and deal with them in court. >> interesting. so the idea is maybe like the covington catholic kids you will be suing news organizations that maliciously lie about people who are in the news? is that the plan? >> yes, sir. we're going to be holding them accountable, tucker. >> tucker: do you -- i guess i have to ask kind of a dumb question but why isn't there a group like this that exists already? the media is observers and
players and participants in the news. why hasn't someone done this before? >> that's a good question, tucker, and i'm not sure to be honest, but i don't want to see anyone else have to deal with what i went through, so i want to hold them accountable for what they did to me, because i don't want to see anybody have to go through what i went through. >> tucker: yeah, they tried to imprison you for the rest of your life. it wasn't coverage. it was advocacy. you have a lot of potential targets to sue yourself. will you sue any of the news organizations? if so, when? >> um, well, right now, we're looking at quite a few politicians, celebrities, athletes, whoopi goldberg is on the list. she called me a murderer after being acquitted by a jury of my peers. she went on to still say that and there's others. don't forget about [indiscernible] he called me a murderer before the verdict and continues to
call me a murderer >> tucker: interesting. what are the people who called you a white supremacist. makes it hard for you to get a job for the rest of your life if you're a white supremacist. will you be responding to them? >> absolutely, we'll hold everyone who lied about me accountable such as, um, everybody who lied, called me a white supremacist. they're all going to be held accountable. we're going to handle anymore a courtroom. >> tucker: kyle rightenhouse, i appreciate your announcing -- rittenhouse, i appreciate your announcing that tonight, the media accountability project. thank you very much. good to see you >> thank you, tucker. if anyone wants to help join us in this battle, donate at tmap.org. >> tucker: thanks a lot. of course, we documented the whole rittenhouse trial, it was on our documentary series "tucker carlson originals." we had behind the scenes access during that. the episode is called "the trial of kyle." we're proud of it. available on foxnation. get it free on
tuckercarlson.com. so here is an assault on democracy you haven't heard much about. democrats nationally trying to prevent republicans from running from office and getting on the ballot. they're having some success in the state of north carolina against congressman madison hawthorn keeping him off the ballot so voters won't be able to vote for him. did you know that was happening? congressman joins us next. we got the house! you did! pods handles the driving. pack at your pace. store your things until you're ready. then we deliver to your new home - across town or across the country. pods, your personal moving and storage team. (music) to fishermen and other liars. the time you spent on the docks, the banks, the boats. the lines you cast and hooks you set. these moments you share with the people you love. the fish you never forget, and the tales that
>> tucker: "new york times" has been so completely discredited so many times over so many decades it's tempting for rationale people to dismiss them. who cares what the "new york times" thinks? the truth s the "new york times" has more power maybe than it's ever had. the "new york times" has more power than any single elected legislator in this country. if you think democracy is real, "new york times" could destroy members of congress. they can't destroy the "new york times." they're incredibly powerful. a novelist decided to look into it at book lengths. the book he produced is called the "gray lady link."
the "new york times" radically alter history. here is the conversation we had with her on "tucker carlson today." >> in terms of shaping the news agenda, it's shaping the policy agenda and the reality around us because it amplifies the message or its message gets amplified by the rest of the media. we're talking about thousands and thousands of other outlet who has syndicate their content and license their content, publishing industry people who spread these ideas like we've seen in 1619 project. now have this crazy new book out about it, so you've got this echo chamber and they're the ones making the most noise all the time. >> tucker: which we had more time tonight. you should listen to that whole thing. it's absolutely worth it. it's all on "tucker carlson today." we're hearing a lot about democracy under attack. democracy is the system under which you get to vote for
whomever you want because it's your country. you're a citizen. the people rule. the democrats are working -- and they're effectively working -- to subvert the most basic element of democracy is your right to vote for whomever you want. madison cawthorn is a congressman from north carolina. he's seeing this up close. activists are trying to get the state's election board to keep him off the ballot in this fall's election, so you can't vote for him ending democracy. a group called "for the people" -- because irony is not dead -- is trying to do this alleging "cawthorn is constitutionally disqualified from public office under the 14th amendment, the constitution based on reasonable suspicion he helped to facilitate the january 6th, 2021 insurrection." they may win. we want to talk to congressman cawthorn directly tonight. congressman, thank you for joining us. i can't think of a clearer
assault on democracy itself than preventing voters from voting for the candidate of their choice. how close are they to preventing you from running for office? >> they're very close. now, what's going in north carolina is that the state board of election, a panel of five people asserting they have the ability to bar 740,000+ americans in my district from being able to elect me to send me to washington to be their weapon to fight the deep state. why they're saying this is a viable choice in north carolina is because of the 14th amendment to the constitution. i'm sure you were puzzled by it as i was after following january started saying you're insurrectionists, seditionists, traitors. i thought they were trying to get flashy headlines. the reason they were trying to set this basis for fact is because thad plan to execute a version of law fare hashed by mark alyas, quarterback for hijacking our election in 2020,
to try to actually bar america-first candidates from being able to hold office in 2022. now, the reason they tried to set the stage because they knew their geriatric death spot joe biden was going to be so bad and the midterms were going to be a slashing? i don't know. but what's going on here is they're very close to be able to subvert the will of over 700,000 americans. this is not just about a 26-year-old from west north carolina in a wheelchair. this is about the future of our very nation if they're able to set this precedent in north carolina, they'll be able to keep anyone who had valid, legitimate concerns on what happened in the 2020 election from being able to ever hold office, thus ending the america-first movement >> tucker: i think you're now so smart -- -- i think your analysis is so smart. you're right. that's why they called the insurrectionists first americans. they don't see what this is really about which is ending democracy. i hope you'll keep us apprised of what happens in your state
because this really matters. congressman madison cawthorn joining us tonight. really appreciate it fox news alert coming in from canada. the house of commons just passed a motion to extend justin trudeau's dictorial powers in the country. the power over all financial transactions, over all people in the nation of canada. it's tyranny! keep you posted. we'll be right back. . we will keep you posted. (vo) what makes my heart beat? we will keep you posted. we w w having everything i want in the place i love. jamaica. heartbeat of the world. let's go! alright, so...cordless headphones, you can watch movies through your phone? and y'all got electric cars? yeah. the future is crunk! (laughs) anything else you wanna know? is the hype too much? am i ready?
>> tucker: every person on american television right now is demanding the united states immediately go to war with russia over ukraine. but bill marr disagrees. watch. >> ukraine is the ancesteral home of russia. that's where the russian state started in kyiv. it's the first era of russian history. i am not saying he is a good guy.
>> [overlapping talking]. >> you are echoing russian talk. >> oh. >> you are. >> [overlapping talking] >> that's where the debate in this country broke down. you don't say to someone who is speaking from 30 years of experience. >> tucker: sean hannity. just took a six seconds. >> sean: i will pick it up from there. welcome to "hannity." fox news alert, the u.s. embassy in ukraine fled to poland. vladimir putin's "minor incursion" into ukraine is under way and how vice-president harris humiliated herself and this country again